Consumer Association updates car import guide

The Consumers Association of Ireland (CAI) is advising used-car buyers to consider the personal import of a car from Britain or the North, where prices are much lower.

15th April, 2006

The Consumers Association of Ireland (CAI) is advising used-car buyers to consider the personal import of a car from Britain or the North, where prices are much lower.

Savings of up to €5,000 for a 2002 Honda Accord 1.8-litre with 30,000 miles, or €7,000 for a 2003 Peugeot 607 2.2 HDi with 20,000 miles, are cited, taking into account the VRT payment. The survey also points out that used cars in Britain are often better...

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